Water break response shows commitment

On behalf of our entire Tyrone Regional Health Network family, we want to thank all of our “hometown” professionals at the water authority, volunteer fire departments, public works, police, 911 dispatchers and local and county EMS officials for their rapid response in dealing with the waterline break on Clay Avenue in Tyrone on June 28 that temporarily interrupted service to the Tyrone Hospital campus.

Thanks to their skills and effort, Tyrone Hospital was able to continue providing uninterrupted safe and quality care to our inpatients and outpatients. We are truly fortunate in our local community to have such dedicated folks who have a passion to take care of our community and their neighbors working together to do whatever it takes to provide a safe and livable environment.

These individuals lead by example and are committed to acting responsibly, connecting public and private resources to the community, promoting a strong and healthy hometown to the business, education and health care communities and the general public. These individuals working together make our hometown community a better place to live, work, recreate and raise a family.

Joseph J. Peluso